msdeploy getting ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED, allowUntrusted being ignored
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I am using msdeploy to push out website code to 4 different servers (test and production servers). Works fine on the first 3, but the 4th is giving me an ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED error. I am using the -allowUntrusted option.
"C:\Program Files\IIS\Microsoft Web Deploy V3\msdeploy.exe" -verb:sync -source:iisApp="E:\workspace\testDeploy\outproject\_PublishedWebsites\<webfolder>" -dest:iisApp="mycompany.com",ComputerName="https://<hostip>:8172/MsDeploy.axd",UserName="<userid>",Password="****",AuthType="Basic" -allowUntrusted -enableRule:AppOffline -skip:objectName=filePath,absolutePath="^.*<webfolder>\\web.*\.config$|^.*mycompany\.com\\web.*\.config" Error Code: ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED More Infenter code hereormation: Connected to the remote computer ("<hostip>") using the specified process ("Web Management Service"), but could not verify the server's certificate. If you trust the server, connect again and allow untrusted certificates. Learn more at: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=221672#ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED. Error: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. Error: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure.
Any idea what I am missing?
<AllowUntrustedCertificate>True</AllowUntrustedCertificate> to my pubxml file seemed to fix the problem initially.
Upon re-publishing days later though, I got the same error. I went into the
Publish Settings, re-entered my password and the publish succeeded.
I'm now thinking my initial problem was solved by re-entering my password, not by adding
msdeploy getting - html, allowUntrusted being ignored · Ask Question. up vote 3 I'm now thinking my initial problem was solved by re-entering my password, not by adding I saw on another post that someone moved the "-allowUntrusted" flag before the "-dest" entry. So, if you are getting a ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED or [ Natty] msdeploy msdeploy getting ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED, allowUntrusted being ignored By: spottedmahn 0.5; [ Natty ] c# Xamarin Can't Access Controls on Code Behind By: Petr Toman 1.5 ;
-allowUntrusted did not worked for me.
I used this:
AllowUntrustedCertificate is ignored by VSMSDeploy, msdeploy getting ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED, allowUntrusted being ignored -. Get link; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Email; Other Apps. - June 15, 2012 Home IIS.NET Forums General Web Deployment Tool (MS Deploy) allowuntrusted is being ignored allowuntrusted is being ignored [Answered] RSS 2 replies
Well, bottom line, the problem was with the password for the user on the destination system.
I saw on another post that someone moved the "-allowUntrusted" flag before the "-dest" entry. I tried that and I started getting a ERROR_USER_UNAUTHORIZED message. Everything was correct with the password as it was entered, but it started with an '*' character and also had a single quote in it. I generated a new password for the user that didn't use those special characters and changed it on the remote system. After that, everything worked fine.
I was able to run the command as shown in the initial post without any error.
So, if you are getting a ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED or ERROR_USER_UNAUTHORIZED and everything is set up properly, try changing the password assigned to the user on the destination system. It would seem that some passwords just won't work.
Web Deploy - could not verify server's certificate, When publishing to a server with an invalid SSL certificate I get the following If you trust the server, connect again and allow untrusted certificates. .com/fwlink/?LinkId=221672#ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED. weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/automating-deployment-with-microsoft-web-deploy. Addition MsDeploy argument -allowUntrusted seems to be ignored. Addition MsDeploy argument -allowUntrusted seems to be ignored. #135. or is the setting being
I fixed this by going into the publish settings, then clicking "Validate Connection" at the bottom. Then this error goes away.
allowuntrusted is being ignored : The Official Microsoft IIS Forums, 1) Create a publishing profile to deploy to a web deploy IIS instance on a remote server. If the server does not have a valid certification, you will get this message: If you trust the server, connect again and allow untrusted certificates. The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the That gave us hope, so we moved forward with deployment testing. Right away we started getting an ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED failure, so we added the VSTS Release Variable mentioned above and added the -allowUntrusted Web Deploy Argument.
I notice you used the IP address for the deployment server:
This caused the certificate validation error for me because the SSL certificate was issued for the domain name, not the IP address. Changing to domain name instead of IP address fixed it.
How to fix certificate validation failure, I try to use msdeploy command line tool to publish a deployment package to this machine, but i keep on getting error regarding certificate. Resolution: By default, Web Deploy will favor running in the version of .Net that is specified in its configuration file. If the version of .Net that Web Deploy is using on the client is different from the version on the server, we will block a Web Server sync to prevent settings from different versions of .Net from being migrated.
User spottedmahn, After that I was getting "Certificate Name Mismatch" error on the eyeBeam 28 Jul 2016 Hello, allowUntrusted being ignored pubxml file seemed to fix the This is probably a dumb question, but I'll risk asking it anyway. Often I need to create a final variable for use somewhere else and the value of that variable will need to be set based on some condition.
18 msdeploy getting ERROR_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED, allowUntrusted being ignored · 15 Unable to resolve service for type 'System.String' while This walkthrough shows how to diagnose and fix common problems with Web Deploy, including common errors seen while publishing from Visual Studio 2010. When you run into issues with Web Deploy, there are several logging options depending on where the problem occurred. By default, Web Deploy logs to the Event Log under Applications > Microsoft
Publishing with Untrusted Certificates does not work windows 10.0 visual studio 2017 web Fixed-in: Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.3 Nick Barrett reported Mar 17, 2017 at 10:48 PM
- I believe this is the correct workaround to what appears to be a bug in the publisher. No need to allow untrusted certificates as you say.
- I can't use the 'Report a Problem' feature in VS from the env where this happens. It would be great if someone could so hopefully MSFT will address it.
- Web Deploy - could not verify server's certificate
- 2nd Dev Community Problem Report: Publish Web App -> could not verify the server’s certificate. They say it was fixed in 15.5 but I still have the problem in 16.1.0 Preview 3 😢.